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Anti-vax protestors 'serve' notice of liability on Newark's Suthers School over vaccine roll-out

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A video of two men issuing a Newark school with a covid-19 notice of liability has been viewed more than 1,000 times on social media.

The video was posted to Twitter by @AnonCitizenUK β€” an account with more than 10,000 followers β€” on Wednesday afternoon.

It shows the men, whose faces cannot be seen, serving a notice of liability to The Suthers School in Fernwood.

Suthers School, Fernwood, Newark. (38086008)
Suthers School, Fernwood, Newark. (38086008)

An anti-vaccination campaign has seen numerous celebrities and media groups issued with liability documents for their support of covid-19 vaccinations.

In the video, the man said: "I just want to give you some information about the vaccine roll-out at the school."

Upon handing the school's covid officer the document, he continued: "That is basically some information off the government website about the Yellow Card scheme and stuff like that.

"We have been asked to come down here. There is quite a lot of concerned parents in the area about the roll-out that is taking place this Friday (today) in the school.

"We are serving that, and it has a notice of liability in there."

The Suthers School said: β€œOn Wednesday, October 13, a small group of anti-vaccination campaigners delivered some literature to the school reception in response to the rollout of covid-19 vaccinations to children. The conversation was videoed by one of the campaigners without the consent of staff who were present.

"The campaigners spoke with members of the reception team and left the premises shortly after. No pupils were present at the time.

"The school will be receiving support from the relevant authorities and has taken measures to ensure that our pupils are not subject to intimidation or misinformation from campaigners.”

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